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      • From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Mambo is a genre of Cuban dance music pioneered by the charanga Arcaño y sus Maravillas in the late 1930s and later popularized in the big band style by Pérez Prado.
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  2. Mambo – Wikipédia, a enciclopédia livre

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    História. A história do mambo moderno tem início em 1937 quando os irmãos Cachão escreveram uma dança (estilo com origens na contradança espanhola e a contradança francesa) chamada "Mambo", com o uso de ritmos derivados da música africana.

    • anos 40 cubanos em Havana
    • Ritmos Cuba : son montuno e danzón.
  3. Mambo (music) - Wikipedia

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    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Mambo is a genre of Cuban dance music pioneered by the charanga Arcaño y sus Maravillas in the late 1930s and later popularized in the big band style by Pérez Prado.

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  4. Mambo - Wikipedia

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    Mambo section, a section in arrangements of some types of Afro-Caribbean music, particularly danzón; the musical form of the same name developed from this section Albums [ edit ] Mambo!

  5. Mambo (dance) - Wikipedia

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    Mambo is a Latin dance of Cuba which was developed in the 1940s when the music genre of the same name became popular throughout Latin America. The original ballroom dance which emerged in Cuba and Mexico was related to the danzón, albeit faster and less rigid. In the United States, it replaced rhumba as the most fashionable Latin dance.

  6. Salsa (música) – Wikipédia, a enciclopédia livre

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    Salsa é uma mescla de ritmos musicais tais como o son montuno, o mambo, cha-cha-chá e a rumba cubana. Recebeu, ainda, influências do merengue (da República Dominicana), do Calipso de Trinidad e Tobago, da cúmbia colombiana, do rock norte-americano e do reggae jamaicano.

  7. Samba - Wikipedia

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    Samba (Portuguese pronunciation: ()), also known as samba urbano carioca (Urban Carioca Samba) or simply samba carioca (Carioca Samba) is a Brazilian music genre that originated in the Afro-Brazilian communities of Rio de Janeiro in the early 20th century.

  8. mambo - Wiktionary

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    Feb 18, 2021 · mambo (countable and uncountable, plural mambos or mamboes) A voodoo priestess (in Haiti) [from 20th c.] quotations ▼ A Latin-American musical genre, adapted from rumba, originating from Cuba in the 1940s, or a dance or rhythm of this genre. [from 20th c.]

  9. Nikki Vianna - Mambo [Official Music Video] - YouTube

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    The official music video of "Mambo" by Nikki ViannaDownload/Stream "Mambo": https://NikkiVianna.lnk.to/MamboIDDirector - J. BloomProducer - Luigi Rossi and L...

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